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ERIC Number: EJ1098072
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2009
Pages: 7
Abstractor: As Provided
ISSN: ISSN-0973-0559
??Enhancing Work Place Competency through Innovative Integrated Learning
Rao, A. V. Nageswara; Mohan, V. Krishna; Sahu, Dasarathi
Journal of Educational Technology, v6 n1 p6-12 Apr-Jun 2009
The present business environment demands innovative integrated learning which is a key driver of growth and productivity. In an economy driven by knowledge management the emphasis is on continuous and instant innovative learning in the organization. The holistic approach to Integrated learning involves the understanding of business requirements and advancements in the sector. The approach focuses on learners' interest for self-directed learning and flexibility within the organization. Many organizations are bound by traditional fixed training schedules with practice of face-to-face learning models at the work place. The integrated learning approach prime focus is on ever-changing business needs and interrelationship of learning mechanisms at work place. Innovative Integrated learning plays a prominent role in improving work place competency and performance. It takes various criteria into consideration viz business needs, learners' interest, advancement of technology and composition of various innovative models of learning. In the process of implementation the following components needs to be redesigned in terms of knowledge acquisition and transfer, motivation in the process of integrated learning, community formulation to suit lifelong employability and design of effective integrated learning mechanisms to suit the job requirements. The following article examines the innovative integrated learning mechanism and its role in enhancing work place competency .
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Language: English
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